Search
  • Chris Stone

Help your students interpret graphs

The RBA has recently added more videos to their website. The following pair by Gian-piero (Gigi) Lovicu would be excellent to use in Year 10 Economics and Business when students start to look at graphs (also known as charts) that represent economic data for inflation, unemployment and economic growth.

Reading and Interpreting Charts

Gigi talks about the components of charts that are created from economic data and the things to consider when interpreting them.

Part 1

Part 2



8 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Reacting to the pandemic

It is interesting to examine what has happened to consumer spending over the past year. As we economists would predict, the impact is not even across the country or across industries. You could look a

PD from Nobel Prize winners

Here is a great PD opportunity. Wednesday, 11 November 2020 at 3:30 pm (WST) Registration is required but it is free Good Economics for Hard Times is a webinar provided by the Centre for Ideas at UNSW

Australia's changing pattern of trade

This year has seen a significant change in Australia's trade pattern - mainly due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global level of of economic activity and in particular the effect of tr